We’re just a couple of weeks away from the debut of the Huawei Mate 10 family and while we’re still not 100% certain on what we’re going to be getting, there’s plenty of reasons to be excited. Recently, Evan Blass has released new images on the web that give us our first high-quality look at the upcoming Mate 10 Pro, and it looks pretty awesome.
Huawei Stories October 2
Huawei Stories September 19
We’re a little less than a month away from Huawei’s announcement event for the Mate 10, and as expected, we’ve seen a trickle of leaks and reports come in ahead of it. Early this morning, the first real-world photo of the Mate 10 popped up to show us our clearest look yet at the upcoming handset.
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Huawei Stories September 18
Huawei pokes fun at Apple’s iPhone X, claims Mate 10 will be ‘the real AI phone’ [Video]
Huawei Stories September 14
Last year we reported that Google was planning to launch an Android offshoot internally dubbed Andromeda on a Huawei-made Nexus tablet. The device was indeed prototyped in-house, and we weren’t the only ones to hear about it. At this point, though, we’re told “Andromeda” is shelved, and that the tablet will die without ever being seen by the public.
But we couldn’t help but try to dig up some more details before we close the book entirely on this one…
Huawei Stories September 8
There are a lot of good phones hitting the market this fall, but one of the devices I’m most excited for is the Huawei Mate 10. Recent renders and rumors have pointed towards some interesting new features for the new flagship from the world’s second largest phone maker. However, today Evan Blass is reporting that at least one version of the phone is going to be delayed by quite a bit.
Huawei Stories September 6
At the beginning of August, a report from Canalys indicated that Huawei was on its way to take Apple’s title as the second largest smartphone brand in the world. Q2 of this year saw Huawei at 38 million shipments and Apple at 41 million, and just a little more than a month after those numbers came out, we can now officially say that Huawei has beaten Apple at its own game.